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write a one-sentence summary for each of your answers in the quiz. Establish the logical connections between your answers and re-order them to establish a logical development from one statement to the...

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write a one-sentence summary for each of your answers in the quiz.

Establish the logical connections between your answers and re-order them to establish a logical development from one statement to the next.

Write a central argument that articulates the connections between each statement, and write out that argument in a 1-2 sentence thesis statement.

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Abhinaba answered on Jun 08 2021
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Title: Critical Discussion of the Word for the World Is Forest” by Ursula K. Le. Guin
Contents
Thesis Statement of the Research    3
Answer to Question 1    3
Answer to Question 2    3
Answer to Question 3    4
Answer to Question 4    4
Works Cited    6
Thesis Statement of the Research
    The impasse between the violence and non-violence is a part of the didactic type crux of the novel, “The word for the World is Forest” by Ursula K. Le. Guin, in the year 1972.
Answer to Question 1
    Captain Don Davidson is introduced in the novel in the role of the Commander in chief of the colonized Smith Island. He is known as being of “euraf” descent. Within the story ambit of the novel, Captain Davidson recounts the fact of the
utal molestation of Thele, Slever’s wife. Not only had this, as in the process of modesty Thele also died. This prompted the outrage of Slever and for this Slever attacked Cap. Davidson. Davidson had all the might in him to resist Slever but Raj, Lyubov, and the colony anthropologist (Le Guin) rescued the later. Later on after the attack on him, Slever roams here and there in the forest and after returning to the Athsehean settlement, he na
ates to the populace of that town about the destruction of the town, known as Eshreth, by the Te
ans. He additionally na
ates about the thralldom and the captivation of the hundreds of Athsheans at the various camps who are colonized. Further, it is also na
ated that the Te
ans are impatient and they have no respect for the sanctity and the purity for life as the Athsheans. Thus from this it is vivid about the tortures on the colonized people. Slever’s wife Thele has been
utally raped...
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